随着中国教育国际化的发展,越来越多的家长希望能让孩子到国外学校更好地学习深造。AEAS 测试是目前应用较广的语言测试项目,是澳大利亚教育评估服务机构根据在校中学生的英语水平,为希望到澳大利亚就读中学的中国学生专门特设的综合考试项目。下面AEAS考试网为大家介绍AEAS考试题型。









考试类型 考试时间 试题数量

a)词汇 20分钟 20-25

b)阅读理解 30-35分钟 20-30

c)写作 30分钟 1

d)听力 20分钟 20-25

e)口语 10-15分钟 3-4


年级 考试时间 试题数量

10、11年级 45分钟 30

12年级 45分钟 30












随着中国教育国际化的发展,越来越多的家长希望能让孩子到国外学校更好地学习深造。AEAS 测试是目前应用较广的语言测试项目,是澳大利亚教育评估服务机构根据在校中学生的英语水平,为希望到澳大利亚就读中学的中国学生专门特设的综合考试项目。



further     adj.  vt.

furthermore     adv.


involve      t.

【例】Kant believed that a successful joke involves the controlled release of nervous energy.

involvement     n.

revolve     v.

revolution         n.

revolutionary   adj.   n.

revolutionise    vt.

evolve       vt.

evolution n.

evolutionary     adj.  


complete adj.  vt.

【例】It was a very expensive and time-consuming process that took around six months to complete.

completely       adv.

completion       n.

【例】Johnson only received payment for his Dictionary on its completion.

accomplish       vt.

accomplishment       n.


suit   v.  n.

suitable    adj.

【例】Latin was suitable for an international audience of scholars, whereas English reached a socially wider, but more local, audience.

suitcase    n.


person      n.

personal   adj.

【例】Most comedians use personal situations as a source of humour.

personalize       v.

personality       n.

【例】Researchers claim that the human personality is formed during the first two years of life.

personnel          n.


accommodate vt.

accommodation       n.


economy  n.

economic adj.

【例】It would be best to attempt to slow down economic growth.

economical       adj.

economist         n.

economics        n.


alter          v.

alternative       n.  adj.

alternate adj.  v.


effect        n.

effective  adj

effectiveness    n.

effort        n.

affect        vt.

affection  n.

affective  adj.

affecting  adj.

efficient   adj.

efficiency n.

sufficient  adj.

insufficient        adj.


experiment      n.  vi.

experimental   adj.

experimentation      n.

experimenter  n.


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Consider the following 2 logical statements: (1)If the length of XY is 4, then the length of YZ

is 7. (2)The length of YZ is NOT 7.

If these statements are both true, then the length of:

F. XY is NOT 4

G. XY is 7

H. YZ is 4

J. YZ is NOT 4

K. YZ is 7








1.____ all behavior is learned behavior is a basic assumption of social scientists.

A) Nearly

B) That nearly

C) It is nearly

D) When nearly

2. On cloudy nights it is not possible to see the stars with ____ eye.

A) naked

B) bare

C) flesh

D) pure

3. During the storm we took ____ in the doorway of a shop.

A) rescue

B) shelter

C) shield

D) proof

4. The ship’s captain and members of the ____welcomed us on board.

A) staff

B) crew

C) team

D) chain

5. At the first ____ of twelve everyone stopped for lunch.

A) sound

B) stroke

C) moment

D) minute

6. The map was drawn to the standard____ of 1/100,000 so there was not much detail.

A) base

B) line

C) rate

D) scale

7. Her skirt had been so ____ in packing that she had to iron it before going out.

A) crushed

B) torn

C) dirty

D) untidy

8. We are taking ____a collection to buy flowers for John because he is in the hospital.

A) to

B) up

C) over

D) off

9. It’s not what she says that bothers me. It’s the reason she says it. You’ve got to read ____ the lines with her.

A) among

B) amongst

C) between

D) through

10. I mistook you ____ your brother.

A) for

B) as

C) to be

D) by

11. I am easily hurt because my feelings are very ____.

A) sensible

B) sensational

C) sensitive

D) sentimental

12. The medical record shows that it was the drug, not the disease, ____ killed him several years ago.

A) the effects of which

B) the effects of it

C) finally

D) that

13. What you have done is ____ the doctor’s orders.

A) attached to

B) responsible to

C) resistant to

D) contrary to

14. You can’t see through a telescope unless it is ____ correctly to your sight.

A) adapted

B) adopted

C) adjusted

D) accustomed

15. An ambulance must have priority as it usually has to deal with some kind of ____.

A) crisis

B) urgency

C) emergency

D) emergence

16.____ nothing more to discuss, the secretary-general got to his feet, said goodbye and left the room.

A) There was

B) Being

C) There being

D) As there being

17. I ____you that the machine will arrive next week.

A) insist

B) confirm

C) assure

D) undertake

18. Many new ____ will be opened up in the future for those with a university education.

A) opportunities

B) necessities

C) probabilities

D) realities

19. His discovery counts ____nothing though he tried very hard.

A) on

B) for

C) in

D) up

20. He has never felt himself so powerfully ____to the scientific ideal.

A) interested

B) absorbed

C) confident

D) attracted

21. If you don’t put the food in the refrigerator, it may go ____.

A) off

B) over

C) wrong

D) out

22. If this university ____ such a good reputation, I would not have come here.

A) didn’t have

B) hadn’t had

C) doesn’t have

D) hasn’t had

23. He agreed with the plan in ____, but thought that in practice it would not work.

A) attitude

B) approach

C) viewpoint

D) principle

24. If only we ____ then the disease was curable.

A) knew

B) could know

C) had known

D) would have known

25. The weather is highly ____ at this time of the year and it is hard to know what to wear.

A) various

B) variant

C) variable

D) varied


1. B 2. A 3. B 4. B 5. B 6. D 7. A 8. B 9. C 10. A 11. C 12. D 13. D 14. C 15. C 16. C 17. C 18. A 19. B 20. D 21. C 22. A 23. D 24. C 25. C



26. Our company decided to ____ the contract because a number of the conditions in it had not been met.

A) destroy

B) refuse

C) assume

D) cancel

27. Eminent physicists from all over the world came to the U.S. to ____ the centennial(一百周年)of A. Einstein’s birth.

A) congratulate

B) applaud

C) celebrate

D) participate

28.Not until midnight ____him in the hotel.

A) we found

B) we did find

C) found we

D) did we find

29. I could just see a car in the distance, but I couldn’t ____what color it was.

A) make out

B) look to

C) look out

D) take in

30. High in the sky a ____ of birds was flying southward.

A) swarm

B) flock

C) crowd

D) herd

31. Although ____ Spanish, he attended the course

A) he was knowing  

B) he is knowing

C) having a knowledge of

D) knows

32. You ____that letter to James. However, you didn’t.

A) ought to write    

B) ought to have written

C) should write

D) should be writing

33. Joseph was very lucky____ with his life; he almost did not get out of the room.

A. to escape

B. to have escaped

C. to escaping

D. to be escaping

34. Bread and butter____ liked by Westerners.

A. is

B. are

C. were

D. be

35. The back garden of our house contains a lawn,____very pleasant to sit on in summer.

A. which is

B. which it is

C. it is

D. where it is

36. He set up in business ____ his own and was very successful.

A. in

B. of

C. on

D. by

37. John’s score on the test is the highest in the class; he ____last night.

A. must study

B. should have studied

C. must have studied

D. is sure to study

38. Frank almost never received any education, ____?

A. would he

B. did he

C. didn’t he

D. wouldn’t he

39. Even if his letter ____tomorrow, it ____too late to do anything.

A. will arrive...is

B. should arrive...were

C. arrives...will be

D. arrives...would be

40. We can hear ____from the back of the room.

A. just as good

B. just as easy

C. just as well

D. easily as well

41. To obtain a satisfactory result, one must apply two ____of paint on a clean surface.

A. coats

B. levels

C. times

D. courses

42. The small mountain village was ____ by the snow for more than one month.

A. cut back

B. cut out

C. cut off

D. cut away

43. Miss Green was ____ $100 for driving after drinking.

A. fined

B. charged

C. punished

D. posed

44. Modern ____ perhaps causes more problems than it solves.

A. technique

B. technology

C. tactics

D. tendency

45. Mary tiptoed over and took the clock away because she hated to hear it ____ when she was trying to go to sleep.

A. sounding

B. ringing

C. ticking

D. humming

46. Under this ____ pressure some of the rocks even became liquid.

A. intensive

B. weighty

C. intense

D. bulky

47. Of course, most immigrants did not get rich overnight, but the ____ of them were eventually able to improve upon their former standard of living.

A. maximum

B. minority

C. majority

D. minimum

48. Nancy was surprised that they have ____. They seemed to be a happy couple.

A. split up

B. broken down

C. fallen through

D. knocked out

49. The beach is in an ideal ____ to draw tourists.

A. condition

B. situation

C. state

D. publicity

50. Our ____ sensitivity decreases with age. By age 60, most people have lost 40 percent of their ability to smell and 50 percent of their taste buds.

A. sensible

B. senseless

C. sensitive

D. sensory


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1. The eldest child is thoroughly ____ because they always give him whatever he wants.

A. wasted

B. spoiled

C. destroyed

D. uneducated

2. If a substance is dissolved in water or heated, it may ____ a gas.

A. give into

B. give over

C. give off

D. give away

3. His manner was so pleasant that Bolla felt at ____ with him at once.

A. peace

B. large

C. ease

D. best

4. —Can you take the day off tomorrow?

—Well, I’all have to get ____from my boss.

A. permission

B. permit

C. allowance

D. possession

5. The ____in Janet’s character has hindered her from advancement in her career.

A. weakness

B. merit

C. defect

D. shortcoming

6. As a _____ actor, he can perform, sing, dance and play several kinds of musical instruments.

A. flexible

B. versatile

C. sophisticated

D. productive

7. As a salesman, he works on a (an) _____ basis, taking 10% of everything he sells.

A. income

B. commission

C. salary

D. pension

8. As an excellent shooter, Peter practiced aiming at both _____ targets and moving targets.

A. stationary

B. standing

C. stable

D. still

9. As teachers we should concern ourselves with what is said, not what we think _____.

A. ought to be said

B. must say

C. have to be said

D. need to say

10. As the plane was getting ready to take off, we all _____ our seat belt.

A. tied

B. locked

C. fastened

D. closed

11. At first, the speaker was referring to the problem of pollution in the country, but halfway in her speech, she suddenly _____ to another subject.

A. committed

B. switched

C. favored

D. transmitted

12. At no time _____ other countries.

A. China will invade B. will invade China C. will China invade D. invade will China

13. Be here on Friday _____ the latest.

A. at

B. by

C. for

D. in

14. Because the whole country is in a financial dilemma, the government calls on us to _____ economy.

A. make

B. practice

C. carry

D. develop

15. Before he started the work, I asked the builder to give me an _____ of the cost of repairing the roof.

A. assessment

B. estimate

C. announcement

D. evaluation

16. Beryl hardly ever goes to _____ the cinema.

A. neither the theatre or

B. either the theatre nor

C. neither the theatre nor

D. the theatre or

17. Beside being expensive, the food tastes _____.

A. badly

B. too much bad

C. too badly

D. bad

18. Britain's press is unusual _____ it is divided into two very different types of newspaper: the quality press and the popular press.

A. in how

B. in what

C. in which

D. in that

19. By moving the radar beam around slowly in circles, we can _____ the surroundings.

A. explore

B. expose

C. exploit

D. expand

20. Cancer is second only _____ heart disease as a cause of death.

A. of

B. to

C. with

D. from

21. Care should be taken to decrease the length of time that one is _____ loud continuous noise.

A. subjected to

B. filled with

C. associated with

D. attached to

22. Careful surveys have indicated that as many as 50 percent of patients do not take drugs ______ directed.

A. like

B. so

C. which

D. as

23. Changing from solid to liquid, water takes in heat from all substances near it, and this ______ produces artificial cold surrounding it.

A. absorption

B. transition

C. consumption

D. interaction

24. Charles can't go to work today because he _____ a cold.

A. has

B. feels

C. takes

D. thinks

25. Charles has not the least ______ of giving up his research.

A. intention

B. decision

C. idea

D. hope


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随着中国教育国际化的发展,越来越多的家长希望能让孩子到国外学校更好地学习深造。AEAS 测试是目前应用较广的语言测试项目,是澳大利亚教育评估服务机构根据在校中学生的英语水平,为希望到澳大利亚就读中学的中国学生专门特设的综合考试项目。

今天AEAS考试网为AEAS考生们带来2016年AEAS 听力解析 ,希望可以帮助广大AEAS考生轻松备考AEAS考试。


录音数量 : 三段

播放次数: 一次


每段录音的题目数量 :平均 10 - 12 题




即,与普遍的英语听力考试不同,AEAS 听力并不按照录音内容的顺序出题。


②考查能力 : Notes Taking (记笔记)


③应对方法 :“听”为先,“题”其次


然而, AEAS听力的考核,显然需要学生听懂整段录音、甚至其中的细枝末节。这时,学生反而不应该去急于答题,应该放平心态、认真听完所有的录音内容。

当然,这绝不是要求学生不看题目,相反,学生应该利用看题时间,尽量看完所有的题目, 在脑中存有大致的印象,而在录音开始之后,就不要再花时间看题、找题了。在录音播放过程中,在试卷空白处记录下重要信息。在录音结束后,再用听记下的信息来答题。



通过分析AEAS 7-9年级、11-12 年级听力试卷,可以看出,在考核学生的三篇听力文段中,会有一篇的“专业性”较强。 7-9年级的是关于“音乐”,11-12 年级的是关于“生物”。而这一篇也是学生普遍反映最难的一篇,基本第一遍听后,只能回答一至两题,甚至一题都答不出来。







这里的录音质量,并不是指音质方面的播放技术问题,而是指录音中说话者的语速、发音。相比较IELTS、TOEFL,AEAS是小众考试,这一点从它的听力录音质量就可以看出。与IELTS或者CUTTING EDGE的听力录音比较,前两者的录音语速适中、快慢始终一致、发音清晰饱和、每一个音节都很到位,而AEAS听力录音中说话者的语速、发音更偏向口语化,学生普遍反应语速太快,咬字不清。


虽然AEAS听力作为录音,质量“不高”,但是却很真实。现实中的老师、同学、 澳洲本地人都是这么发音的。AEAS需要考核的也是学生适应真实澳洲学习和日常生活的能力。

③应对方法: 打好“发音”基础,适应日常语速



在大量AEAS学生的听力教学过程中,有一个较突出的现象,即: 与大部分中国学生觉得听力较容易不同,很多AEAS学生反应听力难度很大,甚至超过写作、口语。





1. He finished _____ in the 1,500-meter run.

A. champion

B. championship

C. first

D. No. one

2. He has been asked to account _____ his absence.

A. for

B. on

C. of

D. about

3. He has failed me so many times that I no longer place any _____ on what he promises.

A. faith

B. belief

C. credit

D. reliance

4. He is _____ the run from the police.

A. in

B. off

C. on

D. after

5. He is an artist with seemingly unlimited _____.

A. creativity

B. creature

C. creation

D. creative

6. He knows the rules but does not know how to ______ it.

A. control

B. direct

C. apply

D. run

7. He made a ____ inspection of the doors and the windows before leaving.

A. slowly

B. leisurely

C. carefully

D. seriously

8. He made such a _____ contribution to the university that they are naming one of the new building after him.

A. genuine

B. minimum

C. modest

D. generous

9. He must have had an accident, or he _____ then.

A. would have been here

B. had to be here

C. should be here

D. would be here

10. He often sat in a small bar drinking considerably more than _____.

A. he was in good health

B. his health was good

C. his good health was

D. was good for his health

11. He pointed out that the living standard of urban and _____ people continued to improve.

A. remote

B. municipal

C. rural

D. provincial

12. He said nothing at all, but his eyes spoke _____ him.

A. for

B. up

C. out

D. against

13. He took me _____ task for not doing it.

A. into

B. upon

C. to

D. on

14. He used examples to _____ his argument.

A. strengthen

B. increase

C. fix

D. underline

15. He was here _____ the stroke.

A. in

B. on

C. with

D. to

16. He was one of the greatest writers _____ had ever lived.

A. who

B. which

C. that

D. as

17. He would try to ingratiate himself _____ his clients in order to earn more money.

A. into

B. with

C. for

D. from

18. Her address made a great impression _____ the audience.

A. at

B. of

C. in

D. on

19. Here is one of the most interesting novels that _____ been published _____ the war.

A. has ... after

B. have ... after

C. have ... since

D. has ... since

20. His companions have threatened to _____ his crimes to the police.

A. impose

B. express

C. enclose

D. expose

21. His extravagance reduced him _____ for his living.

A. to beg

B. from begging

C. to begging

D. into begging

22. His death _____ with age.

A. deteriorated

B. determined

C. detected

D. detained

23. His long service with the company was _____ with a present.

A. admitted

B. acknowledged

C. attributed

D. accepted

24. His novel _____ some light on life in China in Ming Dynasty.

A. sends

B. provides

C. throws

D. puts

25. His tastes and habits _____ with those of his wife.

A. combine

B. compete

C. coincide

D. compromise


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26. His wife is quite lazy. Her reluctance to wash her own clothes is a case _____ point.

A. in

B. on

C. to

D. for

27. His work is only _____, certainly not distinguished.

A. fair

B. remarkable

C. good

D. wonderful

28. Hot metal _____ as it grows cooler.

A. contracts

B. reduces

C. condenses

D. compresses

29. Housewives who do not go out to work often feel they are not working to their full _____.

A. capacity

B. strength

C. length

D. possibility

30. How close parents are to their children _____ a strong influence on the character of the children.

A. has

B. have

C. having

D. to have

31. I _____ with thanks the help of my colleagues in the preparation of this new column.

A. express

B. confess

C. verify

D. acknowledge

32. I always _____ what I have said.

A. get to

B. see to

C. lead to

D. hold to

33. I am not used _____ to like that.

A. to being spoken

B. to speak

C. being spoken

D. to speaking

34. I am sorry that I must _____ your invitation owing to a previous appointment.

A. decline

B. reject

C. accept

D. receive

35. I appreciate _____ to your home.

A. to be invited

B. to have invited

C. being invited

D. having invited

36. I can _____ some noise while I'm studying, but I can't stand loud noises.

A. come up with

B. catch up with

C. put up with

D. keep up with

37. I cannot give you _____ for the type of car you sell because there is no demand for it in the market.

A. an expense

B. a charge

C. a purchase

D. an order

38. I didn't quite _____ to what you had said. Would you mind repeating it?

A. catch on

B. get hold

C. catch up

D. go on

39. I didn't say anything like that at all. You are purposely _____ my idea to prove your point.

A. revising

B. contradicting

C. distorting

D. distracting

40. I felt somewhat disappointed and was about to leave, _____ something occurred which attracted my attention.

A. unless

B. until

C. when

D. while

41. I have the honor of introducing to you Mr. Alan, who will _____ you on his recent tour abroad.

A. address

B. speak

C. talk

D. converse

42. I have two boys but _____ of them likes sweets.

A. both

B. neither

C. either

D. none

43. I like to go to the cinema when I am in the _____ for it.

A. more than to go

B. than going

C. rather than to go

D. more than going

44. I regret _____ so much time and money on stamps.

A. to waste

B. for wasting

C. having wasted

D. at wasting

45. I was greatly disappointed _____ that affair.

A. out

B. in

C. to

D. toward

46. I would like to have a talk with him _____ his convenience.

A. in

B. at

C. for

D. with

47. I'd rather you _____ those important documents with you.

A. don't take

B. didn't take

C. won't take

D. not take

48. If a couple are divorced and their child lives with his mother, he is said to suffer from lack of _____ love.

A. maternal

B. fraternal

C. paternal

D. parental

49. If English is not our first language you can often be puzzled by ways of expression that the native speaker of English does not even have to _____.

A. think out

B. think about

C. think over

D. think for

50. If it _____ too much trouble, I'd love a cup of tea.

A. isn't  

B. wasn't  

C. weren't

D. hadn't been


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随着中国教育国际化的发展,越来越多的家长希望能让孩子到国外学校更好地学习深造。AEAS 测试是目前应用较广的语言测试项目,是澳大利亚教育评估服务机构根据在校中学生的英语水平,为希望到澳大利亚就读中学的中国学生专门特设的综合考试项目。


26. Columbus' decision to sail west to reach the East _____ on his belief that the earth was round.

A. existed

B. sat

C. relaxed

D. rested

27. Despite the wonderful acting and well-developed plot the _____ movie could not hold our attention.

A. three-hours

B. three-hour

C. three-hours'

D. three-hour's

28. Difficulties can _____ a person's best qualities.

A. bring up

B. bring out

C. bring about

D. bring to

29. Doctors sometimes _____ old cures when modern medicine doesn't work.

A. fall on

B. fall down on

C. fall back on

D. fall in upon

30. Does brain power _____ as we get older? Scientists now have some surprising answers.

A. descend

B. decline

C. deduce

D. collapse

31. Doing your homework is a sure way to improve your test scores, and this is especially true _____ it comes to classroom tests.

A. when

B. since

C. before

D. after

32. Don't worry. The company will _____ all your expense.

A. satisfy

B. meet

C. pay

D. submit

33. Eventually, people spread throughout the continent, ______ the entire species.

A. wiping out

B. wiping away

C. wiping off

D. wiping up

34. Experts say walking is one of the best ways for a person to ______ healthy.

A. preserve

B. stay

C. maintain

D. reserve

35. Faced with the ______ difficulties, they are determined to carry on their program.

A. satisfactory

B. attributable

C. innocent

D. intangible

36. Fewer and fewer of today's workers expect to spend their working lives in the same field, ______ the same company.

A. all else

B. much worse

C. let alone

D. less likely

37. Flying in an airplane was once thought to be an impossible ______.

A. task

B. profession

C. promise

D. contest

38. Fresh vegetables are straight from the ______ and raw vegetables are ______.

A. earth...cooked

B. soil...uncooked

C. floor...cooked

D. ground...uncooked

39. From this material we can _____ hundreds of what you may call direct products.

A. derive

B. discern

C. diminish

D. displace

40. Fruit is cheapest _____ season.

A. at

B. on

C. in

D. through

41. Fruit pickers are paid at the _____ of '4.00 an hour.

A. rate

B. scale

C. sum

D. value

42. Fumes from the exhaust of an automobile are ______.

A. notorious

B. anxious

C. noxious

D. delicious

43. George wasn't in class today, Professor Brown excused him ______.

A. from attending

B. of attending

C. to attend

D. attending

44. Class will _____ at a high temperature and will be in a liquid condition.

A. dissolve

B. disappear

C. melt

D. evaporate

45. Hamlet _____ his father's death on his uncle.

A. reversed

B. reverted

C. revenged

D. revealed

46. He _____ tennis every day since he ______ sixteen.

A. has played... is

B. played... has been

C. was playing...has been

D. has been playing...was

47. He appeared _____ with our team's performance.

A. satisfying

B. to be satisfying

C. to satisfy

D. satisfied

48. He believed that the greatest of his _____ was that he'd never had a college education.

A. grieves

B. misfortunes

C. disasters

D. sorrows

49. He delivered _____ orders for a Chinese restaurant for the whole summer vacation so as to earn enough money for his tuition.

A. take off

B. take over

C. take up

D. take out

50. He does not _____ as a teacher of English as his pronunciation is terrible.

A. equal

B. match

C. qualify

D. fit


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